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Will pay someone $200 to help me get my motor in my car and running... MA/NH area.

I am looking for someone to help me put my motor in my 944 and get it running. I am in Middleton MA. there is one thing on the motor that needs to be replaced (please see pics) then I have to get the motor in the car and get it all running. Someone said it could be accomplished in about 5 hours.. I know $200 isn't a lot but I was told by a lot of people that I could probabally get it done for the price of a 6-pack but that doesn't seem to be working out. so if you think you can help me out please let me know. I'm a college kid so I can do it on fridays, saturdays or sundays... other days if you let me know ahead of time. I appreciate all feedback... thanks guys.. check out the pics.

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It is advisable to replace that part (lower balance shaft front housing\PS pump mount) while the engine is out of the car and then put the engine back in.

Would be happy to help, but unfortunately for you, I live in Florida.

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I thought the broken part was the oil pressure sender (as usual)
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I did too at first, but if you look closely, you will see a faint circle around the lower balance shaft housing.

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I am local and will gladly help out for free - even if it just invovles lifting heavy things and providing a third or fourth hand. I've done some wrenching on my 944 but never installed an engine. I also have a pretty good collection of metric tools.

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